Serena Williams to play at Wimbledon

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Enikk

Enikk

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This is a grass court. With a solid serve, points can be short. I loved betting against her in her prime. I can see her advancing far with a good draw. Her booty will eat these weak serves up firing them back fast and make points quick. Will be great live betting her matches because you will know when fitness/lack of being in form will come into play. May give up on a set to save energy. This will be must see matches for an live bettor
 

BigJay

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Enikk you think she ever gets that record breaking major or are those days long gone? She blew 3-4 chances in finals i believe when she was heavy favorite. Not sure if she’ll make another slam final now.

Guess it would be her 2019 Tiger Masters moment if she could pull it off
 

Enikk

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With no Barty, this is her last chance here on grass. Iga is stud and only going to get more dominate but this is ladies tennis where most don't have a serve. On grass even in Men's you see those with an elite serve and a serve and volley game be successful late in their careers. One of my favorite bets on grass is a guy probably only Doug heard of named Gilles Muller of Luxembourg. Dude played and won on grass courts with his serve. He was a lefty and had this nasty unhittable serve from the add side I think. It would just curve almost into the stands. Totally unhittable if he got it in. On the other side he would volley and serve.

So yeah, she has a shot on grass surface if she has her serve.

On of my most intense stressed bets ever lasted over 11 hours and it lost. You heard that right 11 hours:
John Isner eventually won 6-4, 3-6, 6-7, 7-6, 70-68 in a match that lasted for 665 minutes (11 hours and 5 minutes), spread out over three days at the All England Club in London. Playing on court 18 on June 22, 2010, Isner and Mahut played four sets on the day when play was halted due to a lack of natural light.

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